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CNN
Apr 25, 2010 9:00am EDT
from georgia and then michigan's governor granholm on the short list for the michigan supreme court. >> i am candy crowley. this is "state of the union." >>> a small by significant built of bipartisanship imploded when word got out that democrats want to front burner immigration. lindsey graham, south carolina senator, closest to a republican ally the president has, had been working with democrats on a range of issues, including climate change. graham was supposed to be at a bipartisan news conference to talk about the proposal. he is not going now. he is furious. moving it forward on immigration in this hur read, panicked manner, graham said, is nothing more than a cynical, political ploy. senate democratic read harry reid sniffed at that accusation saying i understand the tremendous pressure he is under from members of his own party not to work with us on either measure. joining me now, democratic senator, robert menendez and republican senator, saxby chand lis of georgia. this isn't our particular issue that is helpful to me in my s s district or my state. are you on board with
CNN
Apr 25, 2010 8:00pm EDT
and michigan's governor granholm on the short list for the supreme court. >> i'm from the most challenged state in the country. >> i'm candy crowley. this is "state of the union." >>> a small but significant bit of bipartisanship imploded when word got out that democrats want to front burner immigration. lindsey graham, probably the closest to a republican ally that the president has, had been working with democrats for months on a range of issues including climate change. graham was supposed to be at a bipartisan news conferences tomorrow to talk about the proposal. he's not going now. he's furious. moving forward on immigration in this hurry panic manner is nothing more than a cynical ploy. harry reid sniffed at that accusation saying i understand the tremendous prehe's under from members of his own party not to work with us on either measure. senator menendez and saxby chambliss from georgia. let me speak with you. i spoke with democrats last night, a couple of them said to me, we don't want immigration to come out. is it this particular issue that's helpful to me in my district or in
FOX News
Apr 8, 2010 9:00pm EDT
that the radical liberal an yen has harmed. democratic governor jennifer granholm's 38% approval rating is one of the lowest in the entire country. the state's unemployment rate is the nation's highest, 14.1%. a change may be just around the corner. granholm's hand picked successor the lt. governor dropped out of the race because he couldn't raise enough money. things on the republican side look brighter. michigan congressman pete hoekstra is leading the pack and running head of all of his democratic challengers. 10pi point as head of michigan house speaker dillon and epic mra poll has him topping lancing mayor by 13. things may be changing soon in michigan. joining me is congressman pete hoekstra, how are you? >> good to be with you. >> sean: you have a lot of fans here. >> welcome to grand rapids. >> sean: grand rapids is doing better than the rest ofu]v michigan. 14.1%. that doesn't include the underemployed. that doesn't include the people that have stopped looking for work. how bad is it here? >> it's really ugly. you go around this state, i'm doing 100 jobs across the state. i'm at abou
CNN
Apr 25, 2010 12:00pm EDT
's governor granholm was who is on the short list from the supreme court. >> i mean i'm from the most challenged state in the country. >> i'm candy crowley, and this is "state of the union." >>> a small but significant bit of bipartisanship imploded when democrats said they want to front burner immigration. lindsey graham, probably the closest to a republican ally the president has, had been working with democrats for months on a range of issues, including climate change. graham was supposed to be at a bipartisan news conference tomorrow to talk about the proposal. he's not going now. he is furious. moving forward on immigration in this hurried, panicked manner, graham said, is nothing more than a cynical, political ploy. senate democratic leader harry reid sniffed at that accusation saying i understand the tremendous pressure he is under from members of his own party not to work with us on either measure. joining me now, democratic senator robert menendez of new jersey and republican senator saxby chambliss of georgia. senator menendez, let me start with you. i spoke with senators an
FOX News
Apr 2, 2010 10:00pm EDT
government. michigan's governor granholm says hold it right there. now the michigan attorney general is in a battle with himself. how did that happen? governor granholm. >> two problems. one is that as the state attorney general events the state of michigan as an entity and i'm his main client. his main client has been one of the governors who has been a co-chair of the governor's task force trying to get in bill through. because it helps michigan. so he wears two hats. he can file on behalf of himself as the attorney general or on behalf of some other entity or the people. but he cannot file on behalf of the state of michigan. he does not represent me so i've asked him instead, as my lawyer, to file in that very case on the other side. or at least to file an amicus on the other side. i will not allow him to speak for the state government when the state government has been seeking to get this reform passed because it helps the state of michigan. >> greta: the intrigue of having them sue for the state and represent but in fighting the suit he has filed. in wisconsin i've learned the o
MSNBC
Apr 28, 2010 9:00am EDT
their own taxes. coming up, our close-up of supreme court nominees. today it's jennifer granholm. plus calls for boycotts grow louder in the fallout over arizona's new immigration law. but first, today's trivia question from "the almanac of american politics." which governor when serving as secretary of state was flown to drive to work in a convertible playing music from "mama mia"? the answer coming up. [ male ann] there's one reason why over the past 100 years generations of men have trusted gillette. when it comes to shaving, we've given them our best. and on june 6th, we'll give them something even better. time to face the pollen that used to make me sneeze... my eyes water. but now zyrtec®, the fastest 24-hour allergy relief, comes in a new liquid gel. new zyrtec® liquid gels work fast, so i can love the air®. take things as they come? ♪ i've got an idea. or improvise? ♪ maxwell house custom-roasts each bean... for a full-flavored cup of coffee. so you can be good to the last drop. i think we need more cups, mom. >>> well, near lit bottom of the hour now. here's what's driving th
MSNBC
Apr 12, 2010 1:00pm EDT
was interviewed last time by the president for the sotomayor seat. jennifer granholm has been mentioned. >> there's no question that juris need to be people who live in the real world and they should understand the importance of making the right decisions within the law and constraints of the constitution. i think that person would go through quickly. i'm not going to pass on any of the names that have been mentioned. there are some good people, some quite controversial, some that would i think would have a difficult time. >> you mean -- >> no, i'm not talk about anybody in particular. i'm just saying that you know rngs when ever a supreme court nominee is put up, that has to be a lengthy, important, innovative time for people to look at everything they can to make sure we get the best people we can on the supreme court. i believe that the courts have saved the constitution even more than the congress or presidency. congress has passed unconstitutional bills all the time, just like some aspects of the health care bill. some executive orders that are considered unconstitutional, but the court has
MSNBC
Apr 9, 2010 12:00pm EDT
of homeland security, former governor of arizona and jennifer granholm, the governor of michigan. if the presidents wants to choose another woman and someone with political experience. he has a lot of options here. does he want to make history and have the third woman on the supreme court? does he want someone who is more on the liberal side, a moderate? >> it's good of you to join us. i appreciate you staying on top of the story. president obama's due back in washington, d.c. in a little more than an hour. let's get the latest from the white house. mike, some of the groundwork who have been already been laid for those people pete was talking about because the president's been through this before. >> right. some of these people have been vetted. the president will get in his second year in office, a second opportunity to shape the future of the court with the second nomination coming after sonia sotomayor last year. she was the front-runner in speculation last year. then her comments surfaced about the constitution. she was thought to have, her star was thought to have dropped, t
FOX News
Apr 2, 2010 6:00pm EDT
granholm got the letter five days ago which renders the three day deadline in the letter meaningless and the fbi warned the governors the letters were come and to turn them over to police and and fbi official down played the threat. >> we obviously look at these things and determine whether or not there is actually a threat, contained in the letter. and, in this case, if there -- it does not appear to be a threat and it is more an expression, really of first amendment rights. >> reporter: the letters came from an anti-government group, the guardians of the free republics which advocates peacefully altering the government doing away with taxes, foreclosures and drivers licenses among other things and the self-proclaimed guardins do not profess violence, the fbi is worried the letters could provoke others to act. and the fbi and homeland security warn law enforcement should be aware this could be interpreted as a justification for violence or other criminal actions. and the letter comes after the arrest of nine members of a so-called christian militia. authorities believe were plotting
NBC
Apr 12, 2010 5:00pm EDT
are governor jennifer granholm. -- and michigan gov. jennifer granholm. >> psident obama may surprise us all and pick somebody that none of us had been thinking of. presidents have done that before. >> with confirmation hearings expected this summer, the president does not have much time. the choice of justice will change the face, if not the direction, of the supreme court. george washington was the first president to have one of the supreme court nominees rejected by the senate. >> and here is a look at some of our other top stories at this hour. mayor stephanie rawlings-blake announced $15 million in potential new revenue today, all part of her plan to eliminate $120 million from the budget deficit with fewer cuts. the biggest cuts would come from a -- the biggest cost would come from a 4 cent per bottle surcharge. it would not apply to milk or juice or to do it -- or two liter bottles of soda. and parking violations will become more expensive. also, parking meters as well. and the relatives of. foxwell headed tube-the relatives of serraarah foxwell headed to the state capitol today. if t
ABC
Apr 9, 2010 6:30pm EDT
security secondary janet napolitano, and jennifer granholm would bring change to a court, which today is made up entirely of judges. and then, there are two sitting judges, diane world and eric garland. judge wood is probably the most liberal candidate. garland, more of a moderate, is probably obama's safe choice. should the president want to avoid a pitch battle in the senate. finally, religion. justice stevens was the last protestant on a court with six catholics and two jews. napolitano and wood were praised protestant. kagan and garland are yous, and granholm is a catholic. >> with a seventh catholic, would that be an issue? some may ask, what's going on here? no protestants? >> reporter: in the end, diane, whoever the president chooses, she or he isn't likely to tip the balance of the court, given how much of a liberal stalwart stevens had become. the real quell for the president is, can he even hold that ground? could a nominee with positions as liberal as justice stevens on abortion, gay rights, presidential power, could that nominee even get confirmed in today's bitter politic
MSNBC
Apr 26, 2010 9:00am EDT
will quote ordinary americans. jennifer granholm says that person doesn't need to have federal court experience. >> i think it's a very wise move to consider experience that is not just from the judicial monastery. it's safe to say someone like me would be an unconventional nominee at least in the recent appointments that have been made. >> here now anne kornbluth from the "washington post." did jennifer granholm eliminate herself by talking about her candidacy with the supreme co t court. >> you're not supposed to campaign for the job. all the other people have said things like i'm flattered. many aren't returning our phone calls now. you have to wonder about her choice of words there. >> we have heard this idea of sort of two ways of going outside the judicial monastery. a federal judge who didn't go to the ivy league and the second is this idea of a politics which the president would like to see in jennifer granholm and agenda napolitano. how much though are they focusing on this nonelitist idea? >> when you hear them talk about it now, he hasn't made a decision yet, they are abl
MSNBC
Apr 9, 2010 11:00am EDT
in that regard as has jennifer granholm, the governor of the state of michigan. we're expected to see the president make a statement in the rose garden about the west virginia mining tragedy. who knows, plans are probably in flux. i hate to speculate but we may have an opportunity to ask about the new nomination to the supreme court. >> another name in keeping with the likes of jennifer granholm, someone who is an elected official but someone might be talked about, massachusetts governor duval patrick, an unusual choice, not someone speculated about. when we talked about speculation, as you and i did over the weekend in anticipation of this event. we talked about women. there was tremendous pressure to put a woman on the court last time, thus the appointment of sonia sotomayer. how about some guys out there? will there be not as much pressure to put a woman because a woman was just placed last year? >> reporter: perhaps. one person we neglected to mention among the roster of potential candidates, solicitor general in the justice department. her name is elena kagan. the solicitor gener
NBC
Apr 11, 2010 11:00am EDT
? somebody like janet napolitano, granholm, the governors >> i think it's absolutely possible. this is a president who picked hillary clinton to be his secretary of state. so often the people we expect will end up nominated, don't. chris: a couple factors have come up that are almost odd. will -- with the departure of justice john paul stevens there will be no property evidentants on the court. >> that will be in the think've of the president. >> but less than this sote 0 mayor. -- sotomayor. last time it was very important to have another woman. it was ground-breaking to reach out and put a hispanic on the court. it's interesting that among the people being mentionedt athe moment several are women and i think the white house would like a 6-3 balance but it's not as important. >> i think the fact that with stevens leaving no protestant on the court it will be a factor, a major factor? no. it seems part of the country aches for someone who hasn't gone the usual ivy league route, clerkship, judgeship, never tried a case. i don't think yi goods -- going to pick such a person but
NBC
Apr 13, 2010 4:30am EDT
of washington, d.c., homeland security chief janet napolitano and michigan governor jennifer granholm. for a brief time, secretary of state hillary clinton was mentioned but swiftly ruled out by the white house. >> president obama may surprise us all, and pick somebody that none of us have been thinking of. presidents have done that before. >> reporter: with confirmation hearings expected this summer, the president doesn't have much time to choose the justice who will change the face, if not the direction, of the supreme court. brian moore, nbc news, washington. >>> and now here's a look at some other stories making news "early today" in america. in maryland, shocking video of what appears to be three police officers beating a university of maryland student last month. the incident occurred when an unruly crowd clashed with riot police following a university basketball game. prosecutors have launched a criminal investigation of the officers. >>> and in florida, few people are laughing after a stunt pulled by a deputy who tasered one of his female colleagues. video from the sheriff's o
ABC
Apr 9, 2010 11:35pm EDT
secretary janet napolitano and michigan governor jennifer granholm. for the president, it's all about legacy. justices usually serve for decades after the chose them retires. for republicans, it's an opportunity to rally the troops in an election year that looks very good for them. >> the white house has had their chance to celebrate. but americans will celebrate in november when they replace this ins late majority. >> terry moran reporting. a senior white house official told abc news that the president will announce his nominee by the end of may. stay tuned for a long, hot summer. >>> we'll be right back. but first, here's jimmy kimmel with what's coming up next on abc. jimmy? >> jimmy: tonight, miley cyrus, music from eriykah badu, and fid
CNN
Apr 11, 2010 11:00am EDT
a medium fight, elena kagan. >> could pick a former politician, governor napolitano, granholm. >> joining us to talk about this, calie kressley from "beat the press." and in washington, chris starwalt, columnist for the washington examiner. for hours after the announcement of the retirement, the huffington post said elna kagan is emerging as a front-runner to replace stevens what do you make of throwing out all these names when the president probably hasn't said himself whoa will pick? >> speculation is mother's milk to journalists in t his case it's more than an educated guess because elena kagan was high on the list for those vetted for the last go-around. that was just few months ago that makes some sense to put her at the top of list, and she has no paper trail, per se. if you are thinking about it from a political standpoint and whether or not he wants his team to undergo a bruising, it will be a vigorous debate no matter what, you go with somebody who probably can withstand that. that makeses a lot of sense. >> >> bubut, you know, some of are logical candidates, but news association
MSNBC
Apr 13, 2010 1:00pm EDT
kagan, jennifer granholm, janet napolitano -- former chief justice sydney thomas out west and martha m minnow, the dean of the harvard law school. we think garland and diane wood and elainlena kagan are the front-runners. should he go to reassure the base? should he avoid controversy and choose judge garland, who is very popular on capitol hill with republicans and democrats? >> i think he can pick almost any one of the eight people that you have mentioned. we know the rules of the game. the rules are that you get nominated, you go up there. hopefully, you don't have a big paper trail and people ask you a lot of questions. you keep saying, i can't prejudge what comes before the court. you have situations like john roberts swearing they believe in precedent. getting confirmed, getting on the court. that's how it's going to play out. i don't think this is going to be the big fight that people believe. the one side effect of all this, this modern way we've developed to confirm people is the one thing you better not be if you're going to sit on the u.s. supreme court is a real constitution
MSNBC
Apr 12, 2010 7:00pm EDT
, like jennifer granholm, like hillary clinton? they say they won't pick clinton today but someone like that, a politician? >> there is some track record for that you have earl warren who proved to be a brilliant chief justice. he was able to craft a sweeping decisions during his time. he was not particularly an intellectual leader in that sense but he was a great leader of the court. you also had people like hugo black who would be listed by anyone as one of the top justices of all time. he was a senator, just as warren was a governor. >> tennessee, right? >> i believe so, yeah. he was fantastic. he was brilliant. you do have a track record for that. the question, however, is there anything in the history of these potential nominees that would indicate they would have the intellectual depth to help push the court? warren was chief justice. that gives you control. with associate justice you look for someone who can make a contribution beyond collegiality to moving the court intellectually. >> i look at big cases coming down the road. the ted olson case. the same-sex challenge to the pro
MSNBC
Apr 9, 2010 8:00pm EDT
patrick? supreme court justice granholm? john paul stevens is retiring. >> while we cannot replace justice stevens' experience or wisdom,ly seek someone in the coming weeks with similar qualities. >>> and here come the dog whistles. americans, says mr. mcconnell, can expect senate republicans to make a sustained and vigorous case for judicial restranlt. the impact on the court with jonathan turley, the impact on politics with lawrence o'donnell. >>> the wilkerson declaration, secretary of state powell's chief of staff say bush and cheney knew most detainees were innocent, but cheney, lawrence wilkerson says, if hundreds of individuals had to suffer in order to detain a handful of hardcore trirt hard terrorists, so be it. our guest, attorney from the hamdan case, charles swift. >>> republicans -- >> yes, we can, talk to enemies, vacillate, vow, dither. >> to repeat, this woman is an idiot. and research, finally, document being the above-average racism within the tea party movement. >>> worsts, bozell offers bart stupak to retire when obama was trying to talk stupak out of retiring. >>> and
MSNBC
Apr 10, 2010 10:00am EDT
jennifer granholm of michigan. janet napolitano. are they all viable options? >> they are all viable options. you broke them up into two camps -- appeals court judges and politicians. it depends on what the president wants to do. justice stevens is leaving the eight justices who remain are all former appeals court judges. he may want to bring a little bit of professional diversity to this and pick a politician, someone like janet napolitano who was a finalist the first time around, or governor granholm. we'll see which way it goes. the parlor game that's washington, hillary clinton's name has been mentioned. governor duval patrick's name has been mentioned, second african-american on the court from massachusetts. but those first three you named are really the ones that are most talked about. elena kagan, the first woman to hold the position of slit tore gener general, former dean of harvard law school. she brought a lot of conservative thinkers into that school when she was there. m merrick garland. diane wood knew michelle obama at the university of chicago. may be controversy over
MSNBC
Apr 11, 2010 7:00am EDT
about the possibility of picking someone not from the court. we heard about jennifer granholm and we think about janet napolitano. would this president be shocking if he said, you know, have enough judges on the bench, let's pick earl wearen, people from the past who didn't spend their life on the court. >> not shocking at all. other justices have said it's valuable to have people who have elected experience. but if you're going to put that list together, you have to add elena keegan. she's never run for office, but has not been a judge either. >> i want to enjoy some of the politics because there are people with immense illegal ability. hillary clinton is out there. she's possible, anything is possible. one question is, do they want the job? is this a desirable job? >> it's an isolating job to some extent. the only people they can really talk to are other justices. it takes a certain temperament, you have to really love the law. that's why oftentimes presidents go with people who have been judges. they have proven they can live that kind of life and that sort of isolation. a very sc
ABC
Apr 13, 2010 5:00am EDT
as diane wood, and leah ward sears and the solicitor general elena kagan, jennifer granholm, and homeland security secretary janet napolitano. the white house says hillary clinton is not on a short list. >> coming up, embezzlement accusations at the prince william high school. >> also, conan o'brien has a new home, tbs. >> traffic and weather every 10 minutes. it's 53 degrees in roslyn. minutes. it's 53 degrees in roslyn. (announcer) we all want to stay active. we don't want anything... ...to slow us down. but even in your 30s... ...your bones can begin to change. overtime, you can begin to have bone loss. calcium and vitamin d work together to help keep your bones strong. and yoplait gives you... ...20% of your daily calcium... ...and is the only leading yogurt with vitamin d in every cup. keep your bones strong every day... ...with yoplait. >> we are the --high school cheerleading squad. let's go jackets. good morning, washington. all right, way to go. >> its tuesday. time to look at the traffic and weather everton minutes. >> adams at clarendon. how does it feel? >> its comfortable. if
ABC
Apr 13, 2010 6:00am EDT
and solicitor general elena kagan. michigan gov. it jennifer granholm. tallman security secretary janet napolitano. the white house says secretary of state clinton is not on the short list. >> coming up, a crack in the tea party, a gop lawmaker may be turning his back on supporters that helped him run for office. >> the vatican extend an olive branch to the fab four. >> the vatican extend an olive branch to the fab four. and one of them is - friend: yeah? car owner: and this is what he had in my budget. friend: oh well, the top is down! car owner: the top is gone! friend: yeah, there's lot's of head-room! car owner: tons of head-room! careful! friend: ow! car owner: that's sharp. friend: cheese! car owner: yeah. sorry. carmax spokesperson: settling for less is not smart. what is smart is getting more car for your money at carmax. guaranteed quality used cars can cost a lot less than new cars, so you can get more car for less money by shopping at carmax. now more than ever the smart choice is carmax. the way car buying should be. >> i am mrs. preston, a reading teacher at thurgood marsha
CNN
Apr 11, 2010 7:00pm EDT
, as is jennifer granholm and jan janet napolitano. >> hillary clinton? >> you took it away from me. >> why not. >> let's throw out hillary clinton as a possible name. she certainly has the background to sit on the court. unclear -- >> mark, we'll see you again at 10:00. thank you, sir. >> think about it, every single high school graduate goes off to college. they come from one of the most dangerous schools in chicago. the principal is on here next. we call it peace of mind. the 5-star crash safety rated chevy malibu. [ engine revving ] [ gorilla ] nice move. but can your retirement income keep pace with changing interest rates? this new variable anúéity from axa equitable has an option that can help your retirement income move with changing interest rates. but what do i know? i'm just the 800-pound gorilla in the room. [ female announcer ] make the retirement cornerstone annuity from axa equitable part of your retirement plan. consider the charges, risks, expenses and investment objectives before purchasing a variable annuity. contact a financial professional for a prospectus containing this
CNN
Apr 25, 2010 8:00am EDT
have senator menendez and an interview with governor granholm, some who think is the next supreme court justice, if some would have their way. i am sure you all talked about that as well. >> we did. you got it exactly right. thanks. >> candy, like we say, we are always the warmup act for candy crowley and "state of the union" which starts in about 32 minutes right here on cnn, 9:00 a.m. they've served for decades as a golden, tasty sidekick to the all-american meal. french fries, and our national passion for them, are legendary. classic. iconic. but times change. and people want better foods. so cargill helped a restaurant chain create a zero-trans fat cooking oil for their french fries. using select canola plants and inovative processing techniques while preserving their famous taste. because no one wants to give up a classic. this is how cargill works with customers. ( tires screeching ) there's never been a better time... ( tires squealing ) to have bad tires. come to meineke and save $20 on two or more tires. at meineke, you're always the driver. >>> welcome back, i'm t.j. holmes. >
FOX News
Apr 8, 2010 10:00pm EDT
with governor granholm governor of michigan. now you have at least a law professor on your side that you are encouraging the media talk to. who is the law professor and what is he saying? >> professor randy barnett from your old soon, town who is saying this is a very strong lawsuit. that -- your old school, georgetown. who is saying this is very strong that the ability for congress to say you must buy a product. the commerce clause has always been about regulating economic activity. it has never been about telling people they have to buy a private product if they don't they get fined into intuitively americans understand that not only is it unconstitutional, but it is unfair and unamerican. >> greta: i don't know if you are going to win or loss. one thing is plain this is not going to be an expensive lawsuit. it is done only on briefs. one attorney general from one of the states is going to write this. everyone else is on -- is going to sign on and it is not going to take an enormous amount of time. giving some idea before the law is implemented in full whether this is constitutional or
FOX News
Apr 20, 2010 5:00am EDT
as it pertains to fox news. >> there is michigan governor jennifer granholm. she could pose a problem for the republicans. because she is an attractive blonde. they might mistake her for a fox news anchor. >> bill: i'm recommending both kelly and mccallum for the supreme court which is what colbert was talking about providing they can still do the factor, of course. finally check six brand new bill o'reilly.com question for you. off of the family of lance corporal schneider suing the westboro bap protesters. please make a prediction in this case. who will the supreme court side with? the westboro baptist church or the family of the slain marine? as you may know, the case is going to be heard in the supreme court next october. what will the supreme court -- who will they side with? westboro or the schneiders? right back with p and p. bill: time for pinheads and patriots. last night's country music awards hot zack brown band was a no-show. they were overseas entertaining the troops. >> i'll tell what i tell the crowd every night when we play in the states. we tell them remember the peop
MSNBC
Apr 12, 2010 11:00am EDT
and merrick garland, two federal judges. janet napolitano, the home land security secretary. jennifer granholm, governor of michigan. martha minnow is another possibility. the earliest we would hear from the president is, i think at the earliest, next week. >> over the weekend, people were so desperate trying to find a name that had not come up. the list, at least a short list of familiar names. so, there i am on the internet and there's an article. could secretary of state hillary clinton be on the list. no chance of that, right? >> well, i wouldn't say no chance of it. there has been a considerable amount of interest in it. there are many who will tell you it has lots of reasons to make sense. senator hatch said this morning on the "today" program that he likes senator clinton and thought she had done a good job, but i haven't heard it mention by the folks i've talked to. i think it's less than likely, but i guess you can't rule it out. >> i was saying no chance not obviously because of her qualifications, but she's doing a fantastic job at secretary of state. what's why i'm saying that. tha
MSNBC
Apr 12, 2010 12:00pm EDT
, jennifer granholm, the governor of michigan, these are people who would bring a different kind of life experience, advocacy and ability, the president hopes, to take on some of those tough conservative members of the courts. >> great to have you. thanks, john. >>> leaders from nearly 50 nations are in washington to discuss how to prevent nuclear weapons from getti inting into hands of terrorists. president obama is hosting the summit, the first to focus exclusively on the threat of unsecured nuclear materials. he is holding a meeting every hour leading up to a big welcoming ceremony this evening, but two leaders not invited. iran and north korea. we'll take an in-depth look at the conference and what leaders expect to aclompish in our second half hour. >>> russian investigators say there were no technical problems with the plane that crashed in heavy fog. officials are trying to learn more about what caused that plane to go down, killing president lech kaczynski and others. coming up, we'll have a live report from warsaw. >>> and developing now, the vatican making it clear that bishops
MSNBC
Apr 13, 2010 12:00pm EDT
the replacements, janet napolitano and jennifer granholm. thank you for your time. >> it was great to be on, peter. >>> astronauts finished their third and final space walk on "discovery." early this morning, two astronauts floated out to finish a new cooling tank. it has to get done in order to allow the shuttle to land, which is scheduled for monday. >>> new video at msnbc of a police beating. it happened where a college student was beaten with batons in maryland. so, what caused officers to use what even their own boss described as excessive force? it's something we found in searching for stories far and wide. to a well-equipped buick lacrosse. get inside each. and see what you find. if perfection is what you pursue, this just might change your course. meet the new class of world class. the twenty-ten lacrosse, from buick. may the best car win. anncr vo: ...you can get help gwith a flat tire.... anncr vo: ...find a nearby tow truck or gas station... anncr vo: ...call emergency services... anncr vo: ...collect accident information. anncr vo: or just watch some fun videos. anncr vo: it's so easy,
MSNBC
Apr 5, 2010 11:00am EDT
governor of arizona, granholm, governor of michigan. lots of possibilities. i don't think -- the sense we get, it won't take a long time for the white house to make up its mind because they have already gone through this process once. >> pete williams, thank you very much. appreciate it, pete. >>> a few hours from now tiger woods will hold his first formal conference after the sex scandal that rocked his world. he'll take questions from reporters. supposed to be no holds barred. is his image too damaged right now to really recover from this? michael jackson's doctor will be in court facing charges of involuntary manslaughter. not only will dr. conrad murray be facing a judge, also facing more than a dozen family members. the king of pop. the scoop coming up. with expedia, i've got of a perfect girls' weekend. it all starts with having more hotels to choose from. so i can find someplace familiar... or somewhere more unique. nice. then expedia lets me compare dates to find out when i can save the most cash. done and done. we should do this more often. where you book matters. expedia. [ male
MSNBC
Apr 10, 2010 7:00am EDT
've got elane kagan, janet napolitano, jennifer granholm. do these five sit in that category? >> most do. you'll notice most of that list is female, just like the president's last appointee, justice sotomayor. napolitano is currently in the administration as director of homeland security, and a lot of them are younger, in they're late 40s and early 50s. >> yesterday i was speaking with alan dershowitz, noted attorney and harvard law school professor, and he said he would like to see the president leave his comfort zone and get out in the real world, find out who the best attorneys are in this country, find their records and reach out that way. in other words, bring in a surprise nominee, but someone with more real world experience. what do you think of that? >> that is a political risk, and it sounds great to do, but remember, the white house is going to have to scrub the record of this person before any of us ever hear about them. they don't want any surprises when the hearings start this summer. they want to go with someone they likely already know, and on the short list that you menti
ABC
Apr 10, 2010 8:00am EDT
, jennifer granholm. the homeland security secretary and former arizona governor, janet napolitano. and apparently a couple of others, including senator sheldon whitehouse. he wants to get real-world political experience on the bench, which right now doesn't have it. >> there's always a wild card that people love to talk about. hillary clinton, her name i'm hearing once again. any shot of that happening? >> well, she could do the job. she's very busy as secretary of state, obviously. and seems to have found her role in this administration, shaping and helping to shape a lot of that policy. you know, the supreme court is a cloister. it's a place where people go. and you never see them again. i don't think that's hillary clinton. >> well said. terry moran, appreciate you checking in with us this morning. take care. >>> now, let's turn to ron claiborne for a look at the other headlines. good to see you, sir. >> good morning, everyone. we begin with the death of an elephant trainer in a traveling circus in pennsylvania. the trainer was killed hours before last night's performance. but
FOX
Apr 12, 2010 5:00pm EDT
, granholm and janet napolitano. >>> what an actor has to say about the medical mistake that nearly killed his two newborns. >>> conan o'brien has ha unnettedwork to call home -- a new network to call home. "tmz" is working on the details coming up.  >>> a new harvard study said it doesn't matter what kind of antidepressant a teenager takes, the risk of suicide is the same. teenagers and young adults might be at more risk if they take the drug. this is true of all the drugs. that means they can now focus on the effectiveness of the medication instead of testing whether one type of drug affects differently than the others. >>> dennis quaid is in washington tonight trying to raise awareness. it's called health care harm. quaid said the organization patients first found 100,000 people die every year from medical mistakes. >> will health care reform is impossible without dramatically causing preventable harm. it will save lives, save money and restore the sacred trust with patients and care givers. >> quaid said doctors and nurses are overworked and underappreciated and hu
FOX
Apr 12, 2010 10:00pm EDT
kagan, jennifer granholm and janet napolitano. >>> a big milestone for the economy. [ bell clanging ] >> the dow jones closed above 11,000 for the first time in a year and a half. the dow closed 11,006. the highest close since september 26, 2008. >>> here's a first. one college is offering a money back guarantee to attract new students. find a job within a year or get a refund. lancing in michigan launched the program due to high unemployment. it is 11.7%. >>> you may need several jobs to afford the diamond in this next story. take a look for yourself. that rock is 52.8 flawless carats. south by's will auction that ring and it is expected to fetch $7 million. >>> you've heard of the ipad but apple has new competition overseas. we'll check out the wii pad coming up next. >>> just gorgeous out there tonight, brian. looks like overnight tonight, we'll begin to change, though, we're going to have rain around here. your complete new york is all coming up next. stay with us.  >>> senator dick durbin wants to overhaul the nation's food safety laws. thousands
NBC
Apr 12, 2010 4:00pm EDT
and jennifer granholmes. for a brief period of time, hillary clinton was mentioned but was ruled out by the white house. >> maybe it's somebody no one has been thinking of. >> with confirmation hearings expected this summer, the president doesn't have much time to choose the justice who will change the face, if not the direction of the supreme court. >> nomination battles date back to the founding of our democracy. the senate rejected one of george washington's nominees to the supreme court. >> today, the citizens of poland are in mourning after their president was killed in a plane crash over the weekend. all night, candles burned outside the polish palace for lech co-z lech kaczynski. >>> a moment of silence was held this afternoon in west virginia. it was one week ago today that an explosion killed 29 miners at the upper big branch mine. at the state capitol in charleston, the governor laid a wreath in honor of the victims. meanwhile, recovery crews went back inside the mine today to retrieve the bodies of the last nine miners. federal safety investigators have begun to arrive at
CNN
Apr 11, 2010 10:00pm EDT
, in addition to that, could there be somebody outside the box, don, a governor from michigan, granholm. >> what about secretary of state? >> we haven't heard her name floated around, it's something we kind of laugh about, but there's a lot of truth to that. why wouldn't hillary clinton be on the short list? now, perhaps he thinks hillary clinton is more valuable to him right now as secretary of state, but certainly she should get some consideration. >> mark preston, always good to have you on. >>> would you pay more to bring a carry-on on the plane than it costs to buy an airline ticket? >> we've lowered our fares by $40 or more and the fee to carry the bag on is either $20 or $30. so you bring the bag and you're still going to save around $10 and you don't bring the bag, you save $40 or more. that's why we say it's cheaper. >> tonight you'll hear from the head of spirit airlines who is defending the new fee. >>> also ahead tonight, a return trip to the top of the leaderboard at augusta. it's another green jacket for phil mickelson. [ male announcer ] when we built our first hybrid, youtube did
CNN
Apr 26, 2010 7:00pm EDT
've covered michigan's democratic governor jennifer granholm many years. never been shy. check this out. i call this a video resume for a job opening on the u.s. supreme court. >> i'm from the most challenged state in the country, and, you know, for somebody to experience and see what everyday people are feeling and experiencing out there, i think is an important thing to consider. >> to be fair, she also mentioned janet napolitano, also a former governor. her term is up. she can't run again. she's actually saying, look at me, mr. president. >> she's a strong candidate. she's on the short list along with some other people on the short list. what the president said is you want someone beyond that realm of the courts. that could bring real world common sense to it. she understands the struggles of real world. >> i agree, it sounds like a plea. every time a supreme court nomination or vacancy comes up, we do this. y with start talking about people who i think will never get nominated. a great conversation. something usually had here in washington, d.c., and only in washington, d.c., but ultim
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